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  1. Hey guys, This is really impressive. I didn't have a look for a long time, but now I am glad I checked it out again. Keep up the good work! qbot is still a bit to difficult, but I keep learning I hope to be able to play a campaign soon
  2. I didn't know there was a verion 9.14
  3. There is a version in karmic-proposed and it works already in lucid (10.04)
  4. I have a new laptop and installed Ubuntu 10.04 on it it also has Windows 7. The project compiles correctly on Ubuntu (even atlas, the libxml multithreaded issues are solved there )
  5. it is not a complete log... but as far I can see compilation went fine... (but i think a lot is still missing...
  6. I tried PoEdit (http://www.poedit.net/) a long time a go, and I found it very useful.. But I never continued with translating
  7. I already feared that I will try to figure out why this was changed...
  8. Well that is exactly the problem. I don't know when they turned it off... #if 0 #if defined(_REENTRANT) || defined(__MT__) || \ (defined(_POSIX_C_SOURCE) && (_POSIX_C_SOURCE - 0 >= 199506L)) #define LIBXML_THREAD_ENABLED #endif #endif as I said, this was disabled... The output: # 1 "<stdin>" # 1 "<built-in>" # 1 "<command-line>" # 1 "<stdin>" 1
  9. I am running Ubuntu 9.10 (and have winxp in a virtual machine, but don't use it...)
  10. Well, I try to compile 0AD on Ubuntu 9.10 (x86) and get the error that LIBXML_THREAD_ENABLED is not defined. In Ubuntu (and debian I guess) libxml is not compiled with threading support. Did anybody succesfully compile 0AD on debian based os?
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